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2018 Ithaca High School Math Seminar Student Research Presentations

Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 10:00am to 3:15pm

Malott Hall, 532

  • 10:00-10:05 Welcome - Severin Drix (Ithaca High School) & Mary Ann Huntley (Cornell University)
     
  • 10:10-10:55 Context-Free Art - Zifeng Wang, Justin Tan, & Khamin Nathabheem (Ithaca High School) - Daoji Huang (Cornell University)
     
  • 11:00-11:45 Conway’s Game of Life
    Victoria Greenberg, Robin Steuteville, & Filip Jander (Ithaca High School) - Daoji Huang (Cornell University)
     
  • 11:50-12:25 Non-Simply Laced Dynkin Diagrams - Meghana Gavirneni & Taerim Eom (Ithaca High School) Balazs Elek (Cornell University)
     
  • 12:25-12:55 Lunch (pizza & soda provided)
     
  • 12:55-1:40 Managing Truncation Error for a Taylor Series - Eli Zhang, Francesca Chu, & Matthew Guo (Ithaca High School) Matthew Hin (Cornell University)
     
  • 1:45-2:20 Schläfli Symbols and Regular Polytopes - Scott Smith & Paul Fisher-York (Ithaca High School) Balazs Elek (Cornell University)
     
  • 2:25-3:10 Root Finders in the Complex Plane - Vivek Myers, Leo Song, & Kaelan Imani (Ithaca High School) Matthew Hin (Cornell University)
     
  • 3:10-3:15 Final Remarks - Severin Drix (Ithaca High School) Cornell Math Faculty Member (Cornell University)

Departments

Mathematics

Contact E-Mail

huntley@math.cornell.edu

Contact Name

Mary Ann Huntley

Contact Phone

(607) 255-5529

Dept. Web Site

https://www.math.cornell.edu/m/Community/community

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Richard Doo

Richard Doo left a review 6/16/2018

I guess what I saw was the best anyone can do for the time being--not beyond any sinusoidal naught. I found the presentation by three young Asians on what to do about truncation error in Taylor series estimation eye-opening. If it was truncated or truncating, why not think twice to do anything about it?